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MUSIC EXCHANGE 2020

South Africa’s Only Entertainment-Economy-Focused Conference

10 to 20 September 2020

#MusicExchange: Jann Klose

Written in the midst of a breakup Pilot Light, produced by David Schoenwetter and Jann in the former’s Manhattan studio in early 2020, hits the listener squarely in the aural solar plexus, in a very, very good way. Add a visual document to support the lyrical investment and what’s where the heartfelt investment lands.

Dedicated to the untimely passing of Jann’s much respected and very much-loved manager of lauded Big Management-fame, Gary Salzman, due to Covid-19, Pilot Light’s sentiment rings true to the message of overcoming adversity and rising to the challenge of a day yet to be documented and celebrated for very different reasons than originally envisaged.

I caught up with Jann last week.

MM: The new decade means?
JK:Opportunity

MM:I don’t do?
JK: Wheat

MM: What does music mean to you?
JK: Comfort

MM: What is the most enjoyable aspect of your work?
JK: Songwriting

MM: Any funny moments on stage?
JK: Breaking a string in front of 1000 people is never funny no matter what anyone says!

MM: What is your most treasured possession?
JK: My Internet connection

MM: It’s your round what are you drinking?
JK: Basil Hayden

MM: What makes you stand out?
JK: I’m the pushy kind 😉

MM: Nicknames?
JK: Yanni (Hate it!)

MM: If you were not a musician what would you do?
JK: Build computers!

MM: Pick five words to describe yourself?
JK: Creative, adventurous, moody, impatient, passionate

MM: Favourite SA album of all time?
JK: Ipi N Tombi – The Warrior

MM: What is your favourite word?
JK: Compartmentalization

MM: Favourite Fashion Garment
JK: Jeans

BizcommunityTop of your bucket list?
Being back in Cape Town

MM: Your greatest achievement?
JK: That I never gave up following my dreams

MM: What do you complain about most often?
JK: Noise

MM: What is your fear?
JK: Sickness

MM: Happiness is?
JK: Health, work, travel

MM: he best life lesson you have been taught?
JK: Patience is a virtue (that I don’t possess)

MM: Where would you like to be right now?
JK: In the ocean

MM: Do you do charity work and if you do –what do you do?
I’ve worked extensively with Tutu Desk (South Africa) and Brick by Brick (Uganda)

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Martin Myers

Music Supervisor / Artist and Talent Manager / Publicist / Music Exchange Founder / Owner Triple M Entertainment

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